Itauguá is located in the central part of Paraguay. It is the main hub of domestic trade and commerce in the country of Paraguay. No matter why you may be relocating to Paraguay, you will want to get around at your leisure.
With the language barriers and insufficient transportation available, you will most likely not be able to get around like you had hoped. You will want to import your vehicle from the United States over to Paraguay.
Paraguay is landlocked so it’s going to be possible to bring your vehicle over but it will need to be directed to the Port of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It will then be possible to transport your vehicle by way of multi-car carrier to Paraguay. Hiring a reputable company like A1 Auto Transport Service to assist you in this part of the importing process, you will find that it’s less complicated and more successful. A1 Auto Transport Service has always been available for their clients for over twenty years, providing a safe and reliable importing service with minimal to no delays.
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Vehicle Eligibility Requirements.
Importing a vehicle does take some rules and regulations to do it in a professional manner to suit everyone. The requirements stated for Paraguay are flexible but they do need to be processed in a manner such as providing all the documentation needed. Documentation includes:
- Your passport.
- Valid driver’s license.
- Title of the vehicle.
- Registration of the vehicle.
- Bill of Lading stamped by Paraguayan Consulate in USA on Commercial Invoice.
- VERITAS/SGS Verification Certificate.
You will need to clear customs and pay all duties at the U.S Customs and import duty to Paraguay Customs. You will need to verify the amounts needed to be paid by obtaining a free quote from A1 Auto Transport Service. The quote they give you will break up the cost so you can see where all the money is going. You will first need to select the right shipping method for your needs before you get your quote. Import duty is normally 35% – 40% of the value of your vehicle, insurance, and freight charges. You will need to just calculate the cost until you determine what shipping method is right for you. You can contact the Paraguayan Embassy to find out more about the importing rules and regulations.
You will need to choose from two options when determining how your vehicle will be transported.
First is the Roll On/ Roll Off method, or RORO. This way of shipping provides your vehicle with a bay on top of the deck of a ship where it is driven onto the ship, strapped down for transport, then driven off once it reaches the port in Argentina. You will not be allowed to have any air conditioning gas but only the floor mats, spare tire, and jack along with a little gas in the tank. You need to leave a set of keys as well.
Container shipping is another option that gives you either a 20 foot or 40-foot container to load with your vehicle and any household items you wish to transport with you. Once the container is loaded it is sealed and prepared for transport. This is the more expensive method of shipping of the two options however it provides more security and is great for expensive vehicles.
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